Let's Not Forget
Posted: Saturday, January 18, 2014

Posted: Saturday, January 18, 2014

Posted: Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Posted: Tuesday, July 30, 2013

“Slow Ride”
I took a slow ride today for he went miles for me.
Slow down; show respect; for he paid so you live free.

He wrote a blank check and then raised his hand
Giving everything he owns to preserve this great land.

Forfeiting his house, his car, maybe his kids and wife;
Everything he holds dear, including his own life.

So, take the slow ride today behind the Patriot Guard bikes,
Behind all the Firefighters, and the Police with flashing lights.

Or, stand quietly on the curb and wave your Flag high.
Say a little prayer for him and salute as he passes by.

Heroes are far and few between for the price they have to pay.
Show respect for this fallen hero for he takes the slow ride today.

By: T.F. Sneider
Honor The Warrior
"Forever Hero"
Posted: Sayurday, September 14, 2013

Posted: Sayurday, September 14, 2013

Posted: Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Posted: Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Friends, family honor life and sacrifices of Staff Sgt. Stephen New

Scrapper from Tennessee attended the funeral for a fallen special forces member SSgt. New who died in Afghanistan.
Please see photos of him standing the flag line. That church that demonstrates at fallen vets where there starting some shit.

The Purple Heart Riders had the chance to be apart of keeping the Westboro Baptist protesters at bay yesterday so that a fallen brother's family could lay their family member to rest in piece. 

I have attached some pictures from the event. Also the following is a direct quote from TN Senator Mark Norris: "Thanks to you and Wilson and all the Patriots today. Knowing you were outside made us feel better inside. Thank God for these Tennesseans who, like Stephen New, unselfishly put themselves in harms way that we may sleep in fragile peace".

http://m.wmctv.com/ms/p/a3/59/view.m?id=124279&storyId=23100308&news=Top
Las Vegas Nevada Veteran
Posted: Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Posted: Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Las Vegas native dies in Alaska motorcycle crash

FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) -- A combat veteran from Las Vegas has been identified as the victim in a weekend motorcycle crash in Alaska.

The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports 32-year-old Staff Sgt. Jason Dean Calman died Saturday when he was thrown off his motorcycle after losing control of it in south Fairbanks.

U.S. Army Alaska officials say Calman was a motorcycle mentor for his unit, and was wearing all protective gear at the time of his accident.

The Army is investigating.

He joined the Army in February 2001. He has assignments at Fort Hood, Texas; Fort Irwin, Calif., and Fort Jackson, S.C., before being sent to Fort Wainwright in in February 2011.

Calman had two combat tours of Afghanistan and one in Iraq.